Hours after the "Genie in a Bottle" singer posted a 2,200-word letter to her fans on her website Thursday, she debuted a new video titled "Let There Be Love."
"Hey everybody. Christina here," she says at the beginning of clip. "Just thanking you guys so much for filling my life and my heart with so much love...I appreciate all your support. This one's just for you."
The video features a compilation of clips and home made videos of Aguilera's friends and a family -- including her son Max, her boyfriend Matthew Rutler, and her pal Nicole Richie -- in which participants hold signs with messages like "Equality," "Don't Judge," "Racism Sucks," "Respect," and "No Hate."
The 32-year-old singer announced the release of both her letter and her new video via Twitter.
"From my heart to yours… #LetThereBeLove," she tweeted with a link to the letter.
"…and another thing… This one is just for you :) #LetThereBeLove," she wrote with a link to the clip.
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